Some moderate Democratic lawmakers are questioning the party’s liberal agenda.
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Brain injury association Headway has raised fresh concerns about cricket’s response to head trauma following Afghanistan batsman Hashmatullah Shahidi’s decision to bat on after being hit on the helmet against England.
Detroit Tigers visit Pittsburgh Pirates for short two-game interleague series at PNC Park
Phoebe Kilby discovered her ancestors were slave-owners and she wanted to pay reparations.
Debris and magnet left behind on ship bore “a striking resemblance” to Iranian limpet mines, said Navy commander.
Lionel Messi said his team was feeling bitter after Argentina lost their opening Copa America match 2-0 to Colombia despite dominating the second half.
Keith Raniere, a New York man accused of running a cult-like group in which women were kept on starvation diets, branded with his initials and ordered to have sex with him, was found guilty of all charges against him by a New York jury on Wednesday.
French people’s ‘pathological’ relationship with the state may be a factor in anti-vax trend
France is more sceptical about vaccine safety than any other nation, research suggests. A third of French people disagree that vaccines are safe, according to the Wellcome Global Monitor survey.
This scepticism over vaccinations reflects the public’s comparatively high distrust of politicians, say experts on France’s anti-vaccine movement. The Wellcome study found France had among the highest levels of distrust of government. Continue reading...
(Reuters Health) - Poor sleep may be linked to a greater risk for poor mental health on college campuses, new research suggests.
The deal will be confirmed once the defender has completed his medical check with Dortmund
Promises from wealthy French businessmen for extravagant donations to rebuild the Notre Dame Cathedral have yet to materialize. The billionaires blame French bureaucracy. Meanwhile, U.S. donors are largely funding clean-up efforts.
Pregnancy is a crucial phase that requires nourishment from inside out. Hence, it is essential to eat right.
It used to be that the very rich avoided the spotlight at all costs. Then an heiress figured out how to sell her own story and changed all that forever.
Jurors found him guilty of sex trafficking, racketeering, exploitation of a child, wire fraud conspiracy, and more.
Hear tracks by Madonna, Sturgill Simpson, Vagabon and others.
State ready to disrupt or phase out the most polluting business activities to meet 2050 target
UK companies must brace for the government to deliberately disrupt or phase out business areas that are unfit for a net zero-carbon economy, according to a report.
The UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC) has said many companies will face fundamental change, including the phasing out of the UK’s most polluting business activities. Continue reading...
Apple has been encouraging developers to use subscriptions – but some have abused option
A festive meal is a mitzvah on Purim. Let these dishes keep you in the holiday spirit.
The chief executive of Boeing said the company made a "mistake" in handling a problematic cockpit warning system in its 737 Max jets before two crashes of the top-selling plane killed 346 people, and he promised transparency as the U.S. aircraft maker tries to get the grounded model back in flight.
While an endless number of Americans are lecturing Europe to just say no to Russia’s “Nordstream 2” pipeline in the Baltic Sea, few noticed Russian tankers recently delivering natural gas to New England.
Melting ice will expose toxic and nuclear waste that has been locked in for decades.
The class of 2019 is part of nearly 200 artists to date who've been awarded Kresge Artist Fellowships by Kresge Arts in Detroit.
The incident happened around 2 a.m. on 7 Mile and Greenfield Road.
A new generation of consoles is about to arrive, but cloud gaming and cross-platform services means hardware leaps aren't as important as they used to be.
The energy sector is already on track to far exceed the rule’s carbon reduction goal of 35 percent by 2035.
After a full week of glitzy announcements and hundreds of game teasers, the Guardian’s E3 correspondents pick their best of the show Continue reading...
As Venezuela sinks further into economic crisis, with thousands of Venezuelans leaving the country every day, the cultural sector is not spared. Founded in 1930, the Venezuela Symphony Orchestra is an institution in the country. But today, more and more of its musicians are forced into exile in neighbouring Colombia, unable to live from their art. Our correspondents report from Caracas and Bogota.
Rugby Australia has issued a fine and suspension to Waratahs and Wallabies representative Tolu Latu over a drink driving incident last month.
The are a reminder that representative government or constitutional liberty is not foreign to the people of the city-state or the region
Real Madrid welcomed new signing Ferland Mendy after he completed his medical and sealed his move from Lyon.
Rain chances increase after 8 or 9 p.m., although it could start off light or intermittent.
Money may buy acceptance, but many L.G.B.T.Q. people are still left on the margins.
Wall Street stocks finished somewhat higher Wednesday after the Federal Reserve signaled it could soon cut interest rates due to uncertainty over the economic outlook.As expected, the Fed kept
Move comes less than a week after all fishing was banned 'until further notice' following launch of airborne firebombs
Another suspect in the Ortiz shooting is believed to be a man wanted in Pennsylvania.
The hand-picked successor of Kazakhstan’s long-time ruler has won a sweeping victory in a presidential election, authorities said on Monday, after a voting day marred by protests and arrests.But foreign election monitors insisted the vote showed little respect for democracy.Kassym-Jomart Tokayev took 70.8 per cent of the vote in Sunday’s election, the Central Election Commission said, with his nearest rival, opposition candidate Amirzhan Kosanov, taking 16.2 per cent.Tokayev’s victory was never…